Amidst of constant media coverage on every social, political or national issue, the social media users always have their interesting take on such discussions. The burning issue of Blackmoney holders is doing the rounds from the last couple of days on various social networking sites including Twitter, Facebook etc.
Another topic which is related to government formation in the national capital has also created a dilemma in the minds of the centre government. Being a mute spectator on both the topics, BJP is under constant scrutiny and is facing lot of flak for their untold actions.
Later on, the NDA-led central government submitted a secret list to Supreme Court on Wednesday comprising of 627 names of Indians having accounts in foreign banks.
Here are some reactions on Twitter against the Modi government while watching this big mess:
Jo khati hai roj Fatkaar.. Wohi hai Modi Sarkaar.. #BhagodiBJP
— Anshi Singh (@Anshi2017) October 29, 2014
— #EvmKillsDemocracy (@bhuvanjoshi16) October 29, 2014
— Newsflicks (@newsflicks) October 29, 2014
— अमित शहंशाह (@AmitShahenshah) October 29, 2014
Interestingly, people’s point of view on these two topics is mixed. Here are some reactions in favor of the Modi government:
SC never asked list from UPA but asking list from NDA which NDA already provided 3 months ago. Bhagwan bachaye is desh ko! #WhoIsOnTheList
— ankita agarwal (@912ankita) October 29, 2014
Heard that Rahul Gandhi is demanding #WhoIsOnTheList results to be declared immediately. Says Congress winning by absolute majority! 😛
— Jayanta Deka (@DekaJayanta) October 29, 2014
— RUPESH 🙂 (@rupeshsingh10) October 28, 2014
Twitter debates are usually engaging and entertaining for those read, however looking at the increasing number of political issues being raised on the portal one can only hope the parties themselves don’t misuse the power of this media channel.